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International Conference on Renewable Energy and Resources, will be organized around the theme “Trend to conserve energy to preserve life”
Renewable Energy 2017 is comprised of 11 tracks and 63 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Renewable Energy 2017.
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Renewable Energy is normally defined as any energy resource’s that can be naturally renew or regenerated over a short time and which is directly derived from the sun (solar energy),indirectly from sun such as wind energy, hydropower energy, bioenergy ,or from other mechanisms of natural resources (geothermal energy, tidal energy). Renewable energy only includes energy derived from organic and natural resources it doesn’t include inorganic resources. REN21 is an energy policy network that brings government and non-governmental organisation together and other organisations to learn from one another and build successes in advance renewable energy. Renewable energy which is replaced by a natural process as the rate of process is faster than the rate which is consumed.
- Track 1-1Bioenergy
- Track 1-2Nuclear Energy
- Track 1-3Wind Energy
- Track 1-4Tidal Energy
- Track 1-5Compressed Natural Gas
- Track 1-6Hydropower
- Track 1-7Hydrogen Fuel Cell
- Track 1-8REN21 Policy Network for the 21st Century
Solar energy has being derived from natural sources that doesn’t harm the behavioural and environmental factors. The energy which is taken from the sun is converted into solar energy (thermal or electrical) for further use. Fuel production is also done from solar energy with the help of high temperature. In energy storage, energy is capture which is produced at one time and is store for future use. Economics of solar energy depends upon usages and it is always varies from country to country. Solar panels are greater way to lock solar electricity rates. Solar also increases the value of place where it is plentily available.
- Track 2-1Thermal Energy
- Track 2-2Electricity Production
- Track 2-3Fuel Production
- Track 2-4Energy Storage Method
- Track 2-5Economics
- Track 2-6Applications
Bioenergy which is derived from biological sources such as plant matter or animal waste. Biomass is derived from living organism, mostly it refer plants. It can be produce heat directly via combustion or indirectly by conversion of biomass to biofuel which has being classified in various methods. According to the survey wood is the largest biomass energy source. Biogas is also a part of bioenergy. It basically refers to a mixture of different types of gases which is produced by the failure of organic substance in the absence of oxygen. Alcoholic fermentation is a part of this. It is a volatile liquid fuel that can replace refined petroleum
- Track 3-1Biomass
- Track 3-2Biofuel
- Track 3-3Biogas
- Track 3-4Conversion of Bioenergy
- Track 3-5 Alcoholic Fermentation
- Track 3-6Applications
Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion can produce electricity by using temperature difference between warm tropical water and cold deep ocean water to run heat engine and to produce useful work. OTEC can generate minimum amount of electricity. It has potential to contribute continuously renewable energy resources. OTEC supplies large quantities of cold water and distil fresh water as by-products. When it runs with a large temperature difference it gives greater efficiency. Open-cycle makes electricity directly from warm surface water. Closed-cycle systems use fluid with a low boiling point. It has the potential to produce electrical power based on Land-based, Shelf-based and floating. OTEC has good impact of environment OTEC plants use very large flows of both warm surface and cold deep seawater to generate constant renewable power.
- Track 4-1Properties
- Track 4-2Pumping Requirements
- Track 4-3Land, Shelf and Floating Sites
- Track 4-4Thermodynamics Relation
- Track 4-5 Heat Exchangers
- Track 4-6Environmental Impact
Green technology refers to the application for keeping environment healthy and clean. Technologically it’s creating a centre of economics activity that benefits the environment and truly protects the planet. Certain applications are set to improve the quality of environment. Solid waste management is the reuse, disposal and treatment of solid waste which can be regenerated and can be used for many purpose .it is undertaken by the government or by some executive ruling bodies of city. Egain forecasting is a method to forecast future weather impact on any building .Through this we reduce the energy consumption and emission of harmful gases. Similarly waste to green product conversion is treatment and recycling of liquid and solid waste material.
- Track 5-1Solid Waste Management
- Track 5-2Waste -to-green Product Conversion
- Track 5-3Water Saving Device
- Track 5-4eGain Forecasting
- Track 5-5Solar Powered Toilet
- Track 5-6Eco Design in Industry
Wind energy produces from wind to generate electricity. It mechanical preforms the energy to produce large amount of energy for large use. It can be a good replacement to fossil fuel, renewable, widely distributed and produces no greenhouse gases and small space for installing. Wind farms consists of many wind turbines individually which are connected to the electric power network. Offshore wind is stronger than on land and has less impact on appearance of the landscape. About the production and capacity it depends upon the usage in every country. The effects on the atmosphere are less difficult than those of other sources.
- Track 6-1Wind Farms
- Track 6-2Production and Capacity
- Track 6-3World wide wind energy sector
- Track 6-4Energy Storage
- Track 6-5Applications
- Track 6-6Economics
For many years renewable energy is battling for new emerging technology and this will continue. Some governmental bodies have supported the new technology and some are under process. It also discusses issues on environmental degradation and its reason and its remedies. The advanced technology is modified in such a way that it will give more benefit to environment and helps to sustain for longer period. Green technology, battery technology, solar hot water are such technology that will to save our society.
- Track 7-1Green Crude
- Track 7-2Battery Technology
- Track 7-3Radient Energy
- Track 7-4Small Hydropower
- Track 7-5Solar Hot Water
Waste-to-energy Technology is a process of generating heat from primary treatment of organic waste or energy in the form of electricity. It’s a form of energy recovery. Instead of landfilling the waste this technology helps to use that waste, where it can turn enough electricity for many households.it also allows extraction of metals for recycling purposes. There are many ways of using this such as incineration, thermal energy and non-thermal. Market analysis is done on the basis of development. Managing waste is the major challenge for environment .Ecosystem provides the best example that works in a sustainable manner. One important factor that relates to the reuse of waste products in order to minimize the need of environment.
- Track 8-1Global Trends
- Track 8-2Waste Utilisation
- Track 8-3Process of Technology
- Track 8-4Impact and Challenges
- Track 8-5Market Analysis
A smart grid may be a holistic resolution that employs a broad vary of knowledge technology resources, permitting existing and new gridlines to cut back electricity waste and energy prices.Smart grids are going to be an essential foundation for the incorporation of renewable energy into the electrical grid. Since renewable sources like star and wind square measure variable, it'll be essential to possess a demand-responsive electrical grid that uses energy expeditiously.Smart grid technologies have myriad applications and permutations, together with sensible meters in individual homes to the power to access variable and distributed sources of energy based mostly upon demand and availableness. Sensible meters empower electricity shoppers to use energy supported value signals given as rates fluctuate.
- Track 9-1Smart Grids Modeling
- Track 9-2Smart Grid Networks, Reliability and Recovery
- Track 9-3Smart Sensors and Advanced Metering Infrastructure
- Track 9-4Impact of Smart Grid on Energy Resources
- Track 9-5Smart Grids Technologies
- Track 9-6Smart Grid Deployment and Demonstration Projects
- Track 9-7Smart Grids Applications and Challenges
Renewable Energy Commercialization involves the growth of three generation of renewable energy technologies that are dating more than 100 years. Basically these generations are classified according to development basis. First generations are already in a mature state and they are economically keen. Second generation are already in use and some more developments are going on in that. Third generation are the future technologies are under research and some under the approval of the government. Renewable energy is in demand so as their industries. Efficiently energy is being use so there will be no wastage of energy. Some industries have their own policy and guidelines for production and usages.
- Track 10-1Three Generations of Technologies
- Track 10-2Renewable Energy Industry
- Track 10-3Acceptance to Non-technical Enclosure
- Track 10-4Voluntary Market Mechanisms for Renewable Electricity
- Track 10-5Efficient Energy Uses
- Track 10-6Recent Development in Renewable Society
- Track 10-7Industry and Policy Trends
- Track 10-8Economic and Growth of Renewable